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for afghanistan's president karzai. the parliament rejected most of karzai's picks to fill his new 24-member cabinet. most turned down were viewed as cronies of karzai. a bit of controversy from five years ago is flaring up again this weekend in denmark where a man has been arrested for trying to kill an artist who drew cartoons of the prophet mohamm mohammed. sheila macvicar has more. >> reporter: carried into the courthouse on a stretcher his face covered to conceal his identity, this is the man police say tried to murder danish cartoonist kurt westergaard. the somali broke into westergaard's home last night wielding an axe and a knife and shouting he wanted to kill him. the car to bist and his five-year-old granddaughter was able to take shelter in a specially secured bathroom. when the police arrived two minutes later, the would-be killer attacked them, too. police shot him in the knee to stop him. five years another a danish newspaper commissioned a dozen cartoons depicting the prophet mohammed. kurt westergaard drewab image of the prophet with his turbin shaped as a bomb. the publicati
attacked key government targets. president karzai says that security has finally been restored. we will bring you more on this story from the news desk in just a moment. >>> but first, we want to write you the latest on the disaster in haiti as of this morning. despite the massive international relief effort, millions of haitians remain without food, water and medical care. some aid workers there blame the bottleneck at the u.s. controlled airport. this is leading to increased incidence of violence. two 2,000 american marines are due to arrive today, some of who will assist with security. former president clinton is also slated to arrive today to meet with haitian president rene preval. and today six days after this earthquake, rescue crews are still pulling survivors from the rubble. my partner, harry smith, witnessed one of these rescues. he make his with a to port owe prince over the weekend and joins us this morning live. harry, good morning. >> reporter: good mrorning. from weary ravaged port-au-prince, this is a seen quite typical of many neighborhoods where buildings just co
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